October 19, 2012
Fruitful Harvest occurs over two years with a pledge period beginning in Octoberand a gift fulfilling happening between January 2013 through August 2014.
Fruitful Harvest is a way in which the faithful from our diocese help provide for programs that touch the lives of others and sustain various efforts including catechesis and ministries, retirement of priests, vocation outreach, Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, school trusts, and assistance offered for different parish projects.
It is also a way in which our gifts impact St. Alphonsus Liguori. All paid pledges beyond the parish goal given to St. Alphonsus will be returned to the parish. Those gifts will go toward the renovations project that was constructed this past summer.
Please pray about offering a gift through Fruitful Harvest and complete your family’s pledge card.
I received my pledge card, how do I submit it?
Can't find your pledge card? No, problem! Please contact the office at 873.2885 to have one mailed to you or available to be picked up.
The card has two portions: Write the gift amount you wish to offer on both pieces.
Tear off smaller portion: This is for your records.
Return larger piece to the parish by December: Make sure your family’s name is on the large portion. Sign your name at the bottom and return it to the parish. You may place it in the offertory at Mass, bring it to the parish office or mail it to: Saint Alphonsus Liguori, 1870 West Oak Street, Zionsville, IN 46077.
Giving online? That's great; however, it is still very helpful for the parish to receive a pledge card from families giving online. This helps with our record keeping and campaign efforts. Thank you!
Giving with stock? That's great too! Please still return a pledge card to the parish to help with campaign efforts and record keeping. How to give with stock
If you have any questions, please contact the parish office. Any pledges from the 2010 campaign may be fulfilled until December 2012. New pledges for the 2012 can be submitted throughout the campaign.
Learn more about Fruitful Harvest